Messing About In Boats Why I love Sundays in the park – I enjoy seeing people messing about in boats. Advertisements Share this:ShareFacebookTwitterEmailTumblrPinterestLike this:Like Loading... Related 12 thoughts on “Messing About In Boats” cool! LikeLike lovely pics, remind me of this song trains and boats and planes LikeLike oops, i mean this song trains and boats and planes LikeLike Hi JINGLE: I do like watching boats. That must mean I’m a boatspotter! Hi TIPOTA: I know the song very well. Going off to listen to the song now! LikeLike I love the pics!!! You must live pretty close to the harbor then! We have the old port here, which is about an hour away by public transportation… I was meaning to go there this summer but just never seemed to get around to it… If we end up having a warm day I may just take a trip there and take tons of pics! LikeLike I am a beach person (landlocked waaaay to much of the time) being around water always makes me feel better, calmer. I understand your interest. hugs my friend, G 🙂 LikeLike I’m always happiest when I’m on or near the water. I’m far from it now, but these pix made me feel like I was nearly by the sea. Thanks! LikeLike Hi TBALL: I live close to one of the Harbour tributaries. Literally a 5 minute walk. It is awesome. There is so much to see. The park is right on the water. It is one of my favourite places to visit! Hi GERALDINE: Water really is incredibly soothing. I agree. I feel very focused after I visit the park. It is as if the water captures all the negative energy and flings it out to sea. I am always better afterwards. 😀 Hi SUE: I am so glad to have transported you to the sea for a moment. I love it too. To live in a little cottage by the beach is one of my dreams! LikeLike I love messing about in boats … especially old, wooden ones! LikeLike what wonderful photos! LikeLike Great photos Selma! I love watching boats, but they are a mystery to me as far as operating one – in fact boaty type people are a mystery to me (though I have great respect for their talents). I got some good photos of some boats when Michael and I stayed near Dockside in Brisbane the other day – will blog them when downloaded. LikeLike Hi TRAVELRAT: Old, wooden ones are the best. You don’t that many of them these days. I really want to get one. I’d go over to the Fish Markets in it. I think I need a license though. That seems crazy. It’s like a 5 minute trip. Hi MELEAH: So glad you liked ’em!! Hi GABRIELLE: My hubby used to have a boat when I first met him. It was a speedboat and made me incredibly seasick. Too fast for my stomach. I like kayaking and rowing, though. It is a lot of fun. Sailing is hard, however. Getting the sails up is a feat and a half. And I will never in a million years master all the knots… LikeLike Comments are closed.